Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre – Dec. 3

Monday Crib: 1st- Lynne M. and Lorna M., 2nd - Margit G. and Diane E., 3rd - Alex W. and Marion W.

Monday Crib: 1st- Lynne M. and Lorna M., 2nd – Margit G. and Diane E., 3rd – Alex W. and Marion W. Thursday: 1st – Alex W. and Marion W., 2nd – Jane C. and Laurel M., 3rd – Annette J. and Ron B.

Sunday, Dec. 7: Pancake breakfast from 10 a.m. to noon

Tuesday, Dec. 9: General meeting – elections at 10 a.m.

Tuesday, Dec. 16 – Christmas potluck luncheon. Doors open at 11 a.m., lunch at noon. We would appreciate if you could bring a savory or sweet “finger food”. If it needs a ladle, extra bowls and cutlery, dishing up or heating up it is not a finger food. Thank you. Anyone wishing to stay after the lunch is welcome to play dominoes, darts, cards etc.

Wednesday, Dec. 17 – Seniors’ Bingo Christmas Party – Bingo will start slightly earlier than usual so we have time to sing carols and have some sweets before 3 p.m.

2015 memberships are on sale.

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